Mid-Plains Community College Business and Education department will offer a new life skills class.
A state inspector general's investigation found the Department of Corrections used false-positive drug tests to penalize more than 1,600 incarcerated individuals, including some who were placed into solitary confinement.
The Lincoln County commissioners approved change orders Monday for the Lincoln County Courthouse second- and third-floor bathroom remodeling.
North Platte Community College will offer beginning pickleball classes starting in January.
Lighting on the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge — which spans the Missouri River, connecting Omaha to Council Bluffs — was damaged and is off for the foreseeable future.
The main lights on the lower portion of the bridge have been repaired, so the public can continue to use to the bridge, but the lights on the upper portion will be off for the foreseeable future.
The website Nebraskans use to file for unemployment benefits will be unavailable through early next week while it undergoes upgrades.
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A committee of members of the Nebraska State Board of Education will examine a host of issues, from how writing and advisory teams are selected to how proposed standards are rolled out to the public.
LPD still isn't sure why the men were in Lincoln, nor does the department have a description of another vehicle that may have been involved in the shooting. "We need the public's help," Assistant Police Chief Jason Stille said.
Alec Baldwin has given his first on-camera response to Halyna Hutchins' death.
Black bears were abundant in Missouri but were nearly eliminated by unregulated killing in the late 19th century and habitat loss in the Ozarks. The population is expected to double in the next 10 years, officials said.
Both the Overton and Lexington fire departments fought a house fire in Overton during the afternoon of Monday, Oct. 25.
A homicide was reported shortly after 3 p.m. Monday in the 2600 block of Vine Street, according to Lincoln authorities. Police released the victim's name Wednesday.
The Post-Dispatch discovered the vulnerability in a web application that allowed the public to search teacher certifications and credentials.
Conservation groups are outraged after the U.S. Department of Agriculture killed eight young wolves in an Idaho forest.
The fight left one of the men with puncture wounds to the chest. A homemade weapon believed to be used during the assault was found inside a trash can.
After relentless opposition, the state board of education halted the standards' development Sept. 3. The only consensus is that the process failed to produce standards acceptable to all Nebraskans.
Nebraska officials plan on keeping the show going for the foreseeable future, with possible wrinkles. Hmm.
An arrest warrant has been issued for James Timmerman for making terroristic threats, use of a weapon to commit a felony, third-degree domestic assault, assault by strangulation, robbery and false imprisonment.
Police have identified a woman found dead Saturday afternoon as 23-year-old Gabrielle Jurgensen.